Charles Lewis Radin is an American mathematician , known for his work on aperiodic tilings and in particular for defining the pinwheel tiling and (with John Horton Conway ) the quaquaversal tiling .^{[1]}
Education and career [ edit] Radin did his undergraduate studies at City College of New York , graduating in 1965,^{[2]} and then did his graduate studies at the University of Rochester , earning a Ph.D. in 1970 under the supervision of Gérard Emch.^{[2]} ^{[3]} Since 1976 he has been on the faculty of the University of Texas at Austin .
Awards and honors [ edit] In 2012 he became a fellow of the American Mathematical Society .^{[4]}
Selected publications [ edit] Radin, Charles; Wolff, Mayhew (1992), "Space tilings and local isomorphism", Geometriae Dedicata 42 (3): 355–360, doi :10.1007/BF02414073 , MR 1164542 .Radin, Charles (1994), "The pinwheel tilings of the plane", Annals of Mathematics , Second Series 139 (3): 661–702, doi :10.2307/2118575 , MR 1283873 .Conway, John H. ; Radin, Charles (1998), "Quaquaversal tilings and rotations", Inventiones Mathematicae 132 (1): 179–188, doi :10.1007/s002220050221 , MR 1618635 .Radin, Charles (1999), Miles of Tiles , Student Mathematical Library 1 , Providence, RI: American Mathematical Society, ISBN 0-8218-1933-X , MR 1707270 .References [ edit] External links [ edit]